PHIL308B     Studies in Contemporary Philosophy; Philosophy and Feminism
Semester:Spring 2013
Instructor: Susan Dwyer
Room:SKN 1115
Meeting Times:9:30am - 10:45am
Level:Undergraduate
 

Addressed are topics in several of the main divisions of Western Philosophy. Investigating how that tradition has suffered as a result of excluding women. How elements of that tradition may, nonetheless, support some feminist goals. How feminist thinking has contributed to the tradition and applications of feminist philosophical insights into issues such as prostituion and workplace policies. We shall also critically consider what it means to adopt a feminist approach to philosophy.